Trade and Economy
Vietnam loses on ODA because of high project prices, says former official
17:22 | 18/04
Vietnam should hire foreign consultants to assess bids for ODA-funded projects because there is a lack of local capacity and the country is losing by accepting ODA even when firms in donor countries quote very high prices
Vietnam seeks best possible scenario for rice exports
Vietnam is placing high hopes on its bid to supply rice to the Philippines. However, it has been warned that Thailand, which has announced that it will clear its stocks at any cost, will be a formidable rival.
15:46 | 18/04
Wind industry lacks momentum
Despite the Government's push to develop wind power, Viet Nam has only three plants that use this alternative source of energy, as the country lacks experts in the field and prices remain low.
15:43 | 18/04
Confirming the Effectiveness of Bauxite Projects in Central Highlands
At a regular press conference hosted by the Ministry of Industry and Trade on April 7, Deputy Minister Do Thang Hai affirmed that the bauxite mining project in the Central Highlands,
15:26 | 18/04
Domestic Coal Demand Rises
In the first quarter of this year, the domestic coal production sector ensured adequate employment and stable income for workers while sales were quite good.
15:25 | 18/04
Expanding Scope and Object of VAT Refund for Foreigners
As of the end of February 2014, a total of 8,628 enterprises were refunded value-added tax (VAT). The total value of goods refunded was more than VND425 billion and the amount of the VAT refund was more than VND32.9 billion.
15:24 | 18/04
Ho Chi Minh City Government Presents Clear Plan for Future Economic Growth
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam’s economic heart, has recently announced a comprehensive plan for socio-economic development through 2020.
15:23 | 18/04
Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships
Renovating and upgrading infrastructure is considered a mandatory requirement for economic development. In terms of the limited budget, the mechanism of public - private partnership (PPP) is the most appropriate direction today. v\
15:23 | 18/04
Ford Vietnam to roll out EcoSport after Escape assembly stops
Ford Vietnam is expected to assemble EcoSport, a smaller SUV (sport utility vehicle) model than the Escape this year after a stoppage of Escape production at the company’s factory in Hai Duong Province.
15:14 | 18/04
Steel imports rise in first quarter
Vietnam imported 2.2 million tonnes of steel valued at US$1.5 billion in the first quarter of 2014, up 1.5% in volume and down 3.7% in value compared to a year earlier.
15:11 | 18/04
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